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Twenty-seven Grandview Heights High School juniors were inducted Friday, April 11, into the Alphega chapter of the National Honor Society.
The Grandview Heights school board will hold interviews this week with six semifinalists for the district superintendent position and plans to hold interviews with two or three finalists Saturday, April 19.
The Grandview Heights Public Library was closed Friday afternoon, April 18, after an alleged bomb threat.
Levy now or levy later?
The Car2Go car-sharing service is interested in expanding into the Tri-Village area.
"Road work ahead" signs will be a ubiquitous sight for Grandview drivers this year.
It's no accident that the city of Grandview Heights won three awards at last month's Capital Area Safety Council ceremony.
The Grandview Heights City School District is looking for a new band director following Justin Hennig's resignation.
Despite student, parent pleas
Despite the impassioned -- and in some cases, tearful -- pleas of parents and students, the Grandview Heights school board unanimously approved band director Justin Hennig's resignation Tuesday, April 15.
Grandview Heights police responded April 11 to a disturbance at Grandview Heights High School, 1587 W. Third Ave., after a student reportedly made threats toward a staff member and the building.
Participants in Pelotonia can be rightfully proud of their physical as well as fiscal support of cancer research.
Thirty-two candidates have applied to replace Ed O'Reilly as the Grandview Heights City School District's next superintendent.
Grandview Heights High School students experienced some close calls Monday, April 7, while they were behind the wheel.
David Bell's withdrawal of his request for a variance to allow him to build a larger garage than planned on his Cambridge Boulevard property made the Marble Cliff Village Council's task simple at its April 2 special meeting.
The Grandview Area Chamber of Commerce is sounding the call to the post for its premier spring event.
Grandview Heights police experienced two cases of deja vu last week as they responded to a pair of reports for repeat offenses at the same locations.